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Re: English research
Posted by: Maurice Woolsoncroft (ID *****5233) Date: February 09, 2012 at 18:37:06
In Reply to: Re: English research by Patricia Byrne of 542

Hi Patricia, I enjoyed your querry. We all start out not knowing anything about a new location like England. Just
use and you will do as good as anyone can

My English Durrett research was about 100 years earlier than your 1880 period, and I have no way to connect to your request. Sorry.

Here are a few tips on English research.

type into your search engine ( google ) any of the words
like genealogy with a dot UK such as or The UK stands for United Kingdom and you will or should not get anything except
websites in the United Kingdom... Use .DE for Germany
and .SU for Switzerland. If you need a free online translator try Prompt which is a wonderful translator.


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